Name? No big deal -- she'll tell ya when she shows up!
Dirty house? No big deal -- who better than a midwife knows how hard it is to clean when you're almost as big as said house!
Seriously, use that early/pre-labor nesting to clean. You'll know instinctively what will bug you most then. My midwife (with ds2) just wanted the basic tour, with stop-offs in the kitchen & laundry room...she did dishes & laundry while I was in labor...
Diapers? Toss 'em in the washer so you can get them done & stacked up all nice & pretty.
I actually haven't done mine yet, either. They've been in a box for a long time, but they'd work fine in a pinch. Worst case scenerios: 1. you spend $15 on a pack of disposables (which some people do anyway because of the meconium), or 2. you wrap baby's butt in a receiving blanket for a few hours after she's born while someone else tosses the dipes in the washer & dryer. Remember they only need to be changed a couple times the first few days.
Unfinished soakers? Sit down with a good movie and weave those ends in & make the dreaded I-cords. Not to be ready for baby, but so you can take pics to show me!
Birth supplies? Make a list of what you need, so if you do go into labor before you get them, you can send someone else out to pick it all up. No big deal.
Daughter falling down the stairs? Sit down next to her, drag her into your lap (once you've ascertained there are no serious injuries) and berate her for not being careful while you hug, kiss and pat her; try not to get any snot in her hair from crying, but tears are okay.
Hubby MIA? Kick his boss' butts (or come to us). If it makes you feel better, remember that men can be useless in labor, so maybe it's better -- my dh was actually reading "Misery" while holding my hand through contractions, until I caught him
Actually it was pretty funny, but I digress.
Early labor signs? That's actually a sign that you GET to sit down & do nothing for an hour -- bonus! This is your 3rd, right? So this kid is just followin' the path cleared for him/her so well! Seriously, I've heard lots of 3rd & 4th time moms comment about early dialation, baby feeling REALLY low, etc.
Okie-dokie...I think that's it...
Oh, and for the record -- still super duper mild cramping. It stopped when I went to bed, but it's started again since I got up. Maybe I just need to go to the bathroom (which can be difficult when ds2 is screaming "mommy come with me!!!!" and alternately yanking my arms and trying to pull my pants up for me.
We'll see; this is how my 3 day labor started with Aiden, but they weren't THIS mild...
I'll still start some packing today! And maybe wash my diapers.